Second World™ is a dynamic non profit arts and development organization combining media, music and art for a better world.™ Based on a decade of work, Second World™ aims to address the crucial need for imaginative and effective educational methods to promote fair trade and sustainable development. Become inspired through our fair trade films, interactive events, concerts, lectures and art exhibitions. Enjoy Culture Fest International™ premiere ethical global events and Fashionably Fair™ the ethical fashion revolution! Second World™ helps to bridge the gap between the so called First and Third World through media documentation, musical events and fair trade art empowerment.
In an exciting fusion of film, fashion, world culture, and advocacy for a better world, The Sixth Annual New England Culture Fest benefit extravaganza returned to the Arts District of historic downtown Lowell, Mass. Enterprise Bank Parking Lot (2-10 PM) on September 13 2009 with world class acts in honor of a more sustainable, vibrant, and unified world!
Second World™ Makes Learning About Fair Trade Entertaining and Fun You can make a difference, just by making Second World edu-tainment programs
part of your community or your event.
REVIEW! Culture Fest International Any doubt that we’re living in a cross-cultural world is dissipated by listening to the flamenco guitar of Juanito Pascual, who celebrated the release of his latest CD, “Language of the Heart,” at a special benefit concert at Jordan Hall in Boston on June 19.
Fashionably Fair™ Ethical Fashion Campaign With the 2009 6th Annual New England Culture Fest™ on the horizon we have been busy here at Fashionably Fair™ as we gear up towards the fashion show and silent auction at the heart of this art empowerment extravaganza. Past featured designers were Nomads Hemp Wear an organic eco-friendly design house out of Winlaw, BC and Norden Arts from Astoria, NY presenting a unique line of handmade textiles direct from independent subsistence level artists and craftspeople in Nepal. The show will also include select outfits from The Emancipation Network, Jute and Jackfruit and Indigenous. Stay tuned for this year's lineup!!! It's the most exciting year yet!
How are women making a difference in the society we live in? Are their
Join "Educational Forum" host Diane Sullivan, a Professor of Law, as she explores this issue. Guests include women, who in their own right, are making a difference each and everyday in their respective fields. Valerie Parker, Director Second World Media, Music and Art for a
Better World; Martha Coakley, Massachusetts Attorney General; Dr. Annekathryn Goodman, of Massachusetts General Hospital, Gillette Center for Women’s Cancers; Catherine D’Amato, President and CEO of the Greater Boston Food Bank.
The barriers that have created separate worlds
among one humanity were created by men.
First World. Third World. Forget what you were told.
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